A Basic Spiritual Self-Protection Rite

This ritual will call on Lucifer for spiritual protection against cursework, hexcraft, love spells, domination spells, etc. that has either already been placed on you or will likely soon be. You will need to burn both a black candle and a white candle. You will also burn nag champa and white sage incense in offering to Lucifer. In this instance, white sage is not being used the way that it is used in Native American spirituality—both incenses are offerings to Lucifer, and you are to use something like normal incense sticks rather than a smudge stick. You are not smudging. With the candles lit and the incense burning and offered to Lucifer, recite the ritual monologue. The magickal chants, which chants were specifically channeled for this rite, written in Italics are meant to be chanted (recited repeatedly in a rhythmic monotone). Translations of foreign phrases appear in brackets. Note: Lucibel is a name for Lucifer.


Voco Te Rex Lucifer! Liftoach Pandemonium! Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia!
[I Call You, King Lucifer! Open Up the Infernal Plane! Numinous is the Underlying Force of All Demon Magick]

Open up the Infernal Plane and let the power of Lucibel the Stargazer bleed through! Lord Lucifer, saturate me in your might and protection! Wrap me in certainty and safety such that no working against me may harm me!

Zraprala Ortor Avara Nogga Orthee (x9)

Artargar Veasson Zorkaea Zalla Navara (x3)

Ave Lucifer Rex Qliphoth!
[Hail Lucifer, King of the Infernal Plane]


-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Satanic Gnosis of Various Fiends Pt. VI

Koskahtae

Koskahtae is a demonic king attributed to Thagirion who commands a legion of great, undead gladiators. He can aid one in becoming a warrior and excelling at martial arts. He specializes in vessel transmogrification (magickal augmentation of the body) and the sharpening of the mind. He bestows worldly power and success in business. He enjoys offerings of bones, carcasses, and grave dirt. He appeared to me like a white-sheet type ghost with glowing red eyes and a gaping black mouth. The all-purposed summoning chant I have channeled for this king is “Baltratta Koskahtae Zahtee.”

Pheasarr

Pheasarr is a demonic marshall attributed to Nahemoth who is always prepared to snuff out human life. He appeared to me like a white-skinned inhuman man with horns, fangs, and long black hair. He’s picky with incense offerings—he likes juniper, nag champa, patchouli, and white sage. Do not use the word “Amen” when working with him.

His elemental attribution is to the watery part of air—he can use this combined element to empower the chakras. To undertake this, summon him and then meditate, following his instructions—his power will enhance your meditative efforts.

He can build massive sexual magnetism. The all-purposed summoning chant I have channeled for this marshall is “Daprara Atar Dorkyn.”

Vonjahgal

Vonjahgal is a demonic general attributed to Golachab and the element of fire. He quickly annihilates the witch’s enemies in single-target lethal execrations. He specializes in protection spells of every kind, and working with him for protection is an apt way to introduce oneself to him.

Vonjahgal will reward the magickian with large amounts of magickal power in exchange for offerings of blood. He governs the necromancy of animal and extraterrestrial phantoms. He is strict about how he is summoned, so the witch would do best to consult her guides before attempting to evoke or invoke him.

Vonjahgal appeared to me as a green-and-yellow-furred tiger-looking thing.

He likes offerings of cherries.

The all-purposed summoning chant I have channeled for Vonjahgal is “Drappock Gatra Djyn Tatara.”

Donvaeack

Donvaeack is a demonic marquise attributed to Thaumiel. He appeared to me with a black cloak and a face mask made of crimson metal with yellow accents. Beneath the mask, his skin is white, and he bears fangs.

Donvaeack is one of the best demons to work with for alchemy, and can be called on to cast spells on boats and automobiles for fast and safe travel. He can also be summoned for execration rites that will strike at every single enemy you have.

He likes wine, and he will be irritated if he is summoned without being presented with an offering. The all-purposed summoning chant that I have channeled for this marquise is “Donvaeack Trata Zaht.”

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Regarding the Delusion of Spiritual Impetuses

Throughout my time in the Occult community, I have witnessed many conflate their personal failings and struggles with real or perceived spiritual callings.

Personally, I walk the path of the destroyer—in other words, a significant part of my calling is to magickally inflict harm upon the deserving. I was informed of this by the demons long ago, and on occasion, I have been chastised for not fulfilling my role eagerly enough. Now, throughout the years, I have had to battle tendencies towards anger, blind spite, unjustified vindictiveness, etc. What I have never done is attribute these personal failings to my spiritual calling.

However, I have watched many practitioners of differing paths fail to distinguish their weaknesses from their calling in that manner. For example, I have seen some persons called to be healers attribute their personal tendencies towards submissiveness or naivety to their calling to heal.

I have seen people attribute their youthful illusion of invincibility to their relationship with given deities. Instead of simply thinking “that could never happen to me” as many younglings do, they think “______ could never happen to me because I am a devotee of the [insert religion] deity of _________.”

Such misconceptions are both delusional and hazardous, and there are many other flavors of this bullshit which I have not specifically mentioned. Your personal flaws must be differentiated from real or imagined spiritual callings. Ignore this reality at your own peril, and, perhaps, the peril of your loved ones.

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

The Heresy of Havayoth

In Satanism and similar paradigms of infernal spirituality, rituals of blasphemy are utilized to rid the mind of Judao-Christian brainwashing. This rite serves that purpose, and its power is not just psychological. Chants to HVHI (Havayoth/Chavajoth/Chavayoth), the metagod composed of the eleven Qliphothic overlords (Lilith, Nahema, Ba’al, Belphegor, Adramaleck, Moloch, Satan, Beelzebuth, Lucifuge Rofocale, Asmodeus, & Astaroth) are used, one of which is a Satanic inversion of a Hebrew phrase which originally referenced Jehovah.

The rite will create a potent Qliphothic sacred space wherein you will be liberated. Of course, surely most former Christians and Muslims will need to perform this rite multiple times to fully escape the remains of their prior religious thinking. This ritual may be performed as a stand-alone operation, or may be used to precede another rite of demon magick by those who still struggle with the brainwashing.

The English paragraph/monologue was channeled from my matron demoness, Qalilitu. Translations of foreign languages will appear in brackets. Phrases which are meant to be chanted (recited repeatedly in a rhythmic monotone) will appear in italics.


Io Heh Vau Heh Jod! Io Rakhalatu-Chavajoth! Venire, Omnituens Chavayoth!
[Hail HVHI! Hail HVHI! Come, All-Seeing Chavayoth]

I call the hordes of demons from the realms beyond Malkuth! Sever my tie to Jehovah so I may seek the liberation of the Nightside! I spit upon the names of the pretender to creation! Jehovah, Allah, I cast you out! Yehowah, I see you for what you are: a sickening, vile philosophaster!

Aken Yesh Havayoth Bamaquwm Ha-Zeh (x3)
[Surely, Havayoth Exists in This Place]

Agios o Havayoth (x11)
[Numinous is Havayoth]

I spit upon Yehowah (x11)

I spit upon Allah (x9)

Ave Havayoth!
[Hail Havayoth]


-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Magickal Hymns to the Demons of the Tunnels of Set

Between the spheres of the Black Plane of Chaos (Qliphoth/Sitra Ahra) are twenty-two hypothetical pathways known as the “Tunnels of Set” or “Caverns of Choronzon.” Over each of these hypothetical pathways presides a given archdemon, and within twelve of them reside the forces of the Infernal Zodiac, which are known as the Qliphothic Armies or Qliphothic Princes.

The forces of the Infernal Zodiac are conscious extensions, avatars, or incarnations of Satan. There is a reason that some demonological sources refer to these beings as the “Qliphothic Armies” while others call them the “Qliphothic Princes”– the Qliphothic demons of the twelve signs can manifest either as multitudes of fiends or in singular form at their discretion.

I have already released one magickal hymn which calls to the twenty-two archdemons of the Caverns of Choronzon and another which calls to the twelve Qliphothic armies, but they are very long and fancy. They were born from my own mind and thereafter spiritually charged and offered to the spirits they called to. I have decided to present two new hymns to these infernal collectives, both of which were channeled from Qalilitu, my matron demoness.

If you are unfamiliar with my magickal hymns, most of them are all-purposed, spiritually charged prose which are meant to be recited in a rhythmic monotone. They can be used as stand-alone devotional practices, calling unto the spirits for magickal empowerment, spiritual guidance, alchemical transformation, appropriate types of protection, etc. The reader may also incorporate my hymns into rituals or spellwork at their own discretion. These two hymns, however, are intended to be stand-alone devotional practices which call to the demons for infernal alchemy, spiritual empowerment, and strength of heart.

The Hymn to the Twelve Qliphothic Armies

Grant Me the Blessings of the Mighty Extensions
Of the Devil Beyond the Realms
The Twelve Signs Have Their Many Fiends
As the Devil Has Many Extensions

The Hymn to the Twenty-Two Archfiends of the Paths

The Pathways Which Are Forged from Qlipha to Qlipha
Extend Beyond the Mind
The Demons Which Preside Over Them All
Are Twenty-Two In Number
Let Them Reign for All of Eternity
And Transform Their Disciples Beyond Human Comprehension

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

A Hex with Abaddon

This spell calls upon Abaddon to manifest poor mental health in the mind of your enemy. It manifests bad mental health directly as well as manifests painful events for your target to compliment the change—both effects are fast-acting, but the former is faster. If this spell is performed over the same target four or five times, the effects can be long-lasting or even permanent.

All you need is a black candle, emotional pain, and hatred. If you intend to perform the rite over the same person repeatedly, it won’t matter whether you re-use the same candle or use a new one.

Light the candle and focus upon your pain, your hatred, and your intent to make your target suffer mentally. Channeling that emotion and intent, chant Ovgara Dyz Gavak over and over again for as long as feels right to you—a few minutes will suffice.

Make sure to thank Abaddon every time that you do this, and it would’t hurt to give him an offering.

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

Chants to Work With the Spiritual Shadow

The following chants serve to help you integrate, heal, and commune with the Spiritual Shadow. Through these, you are not just working with the shadow as an aspect of human psychology, but rather as a component of the soul. If you are in possession of a sigil which connects to your Spiritual Shadow, use thereof may be incorporated into the use of these incantations.

Forthassathock: The Spiritual Shadow can be spoken to and seen. It can give you guidance and give you requests to accommodate for your own well-being. Repeat this word of power, focused on the intent to commune with your Spiritual Shadow. Once you feel ready, shut your eyes (if they weren’t shut from the beginning) and let your Spiritual Shadow appear in your mind’s eye, in whatever form it chooses to take. Then, ask it to speak to you, and let its voice flow through your mind, and boom, communion has been established.

Ilmassa Ilvaskatar: This magickal chant may be used in meditation to integrate the spiritual abilities or gifts which lie dormant and repressed within your shadow.

Djiehba-Gara: This magickal chant may be used in meditation to integrate whichever parts of the shadow are most necessary at the time.

Ilmockra Vagara Ill: The Spiritual Shadow can be wounded or damaged through spiritual and personal hardship alike, leading to the detriment of mental health and psychic ability. This chant may be used in meditation or perhaps in ritual to call on the demoness Qalilitu to heal the shadow.

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

A Protection Rite for Potentially Dangerous Occasions (Channeled By Nefim)

Lilith presented this ritual to Nefim for public release on my blog. It calls upon Lilith specifically for protection against rape. It is to be performed prior to going out anywhere you may feel unsafe so that Lilith may guide you and protect you from harm. The rite is appropriate for people of all levels of skill and experience, as well as for people of all sex’s, sexual orientations, and gender identities.

The spell utilizes a ritual-specific sigil which is to be gazed at as the ritual monologue is recited (it is totally fine to have the monologue written down and oscillate between reading your “cheat sheet” and gazing at the sigil). Once the rite is complete, the sigil is to be folded up and carried on your person (in your pocket, in a backpack, in a purse, whatever).

Above: Sigil for the Rite

It is ideal to give Lilith an offering during this rite. A candle, incense, or dark-colored flower(s) such as roses, violets, or lavender. The ritual monologue is as follows.


Dark maiden Lilith,
Protect me now on this day
Protect me now on this hour
On this day of sorrow,
Protect me from those who would do me harm.
Shield me from their gaze.
Erase me from their minds.
But also…
Curse them mother,
Damn them mother.
May they never know rest,
May they never know love,
May they never know content,
May they never know peace,
May they never know stability,
May they never know trust,
For they would strip this all away from me
For a moment of power.
Protect me, mother Lilith,
Protect your daughters and sons.
I cry out to you Lilith,
Please guide us and protect us from harm.
So shall it be.


-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia

The Nythra Ritual Series

This series of four rituals calls upon a divinity by the name of Nythra. Should the rites interest you and Nythra be unfamiliar, read my article about her here:
Nythra – V.K. Jehannum (wordpress.com)

These rituals all elevate the soul in different ways, culminating in the cultivation of serious magickal power. You will need to offer three sticks of dragon’s blood incense to Nythra for each rite—if you don’t get your incense in stick form, I must leave judgement of the incense portioning to your judgement and/or intuition. I have channeled a sigil for Nythra which can be found in the article linked above—you’ll want that.

The rites couldn’t be simpler: recite three incantations, vibrate three words of power, thank Nythra in your own words, and then you’re done.

However, the simplicity might be misleading: these rites are for advanced practitioners. They should be performed at least a weak apart from one another (and in the order given, obviously).

The words of power and incantation have all been spelled in whatever way I felt would be easiest to sound out—I have always done that when spelling out the barbarous tongues I have channeled (or specified the pronunciation if that was inappropriate to do for some reas). If you see the letter u, it’s pronounced like the u in either “pull” or “gut.” If you see “ae,” that’s pronounced like the a in gay. “Aea” is pronounced ay-uh. O’s a pronounced like the o in either “gone” or “rock.” “Ie” is pronounced ee. “Dj” is pronounced like the dj in “djinn.” Y’s are pronounced like the i’s in words such as “pill,” “igloo,” and “bin.”

The rites are as follows:

The First Rite

Vorkataea Zal Gynda Yock Vuh! Sala Djyn Gozz Gull! Vavahrock Zyltar Vea!

Daltaeack + Gyndaehraga + Sorlahkiek

The Second Rite

Djylzara Thyl Dorn! Zalala Vea Ziennon! Zyltassa Vyn Vock!

Karahkor + Thyldorron + Viehsara

The Third Rite

Vorsatara Djylda Ziellar Goth! Ilvarrock Gana Dala! Lornazara Geassar Zorrock!

Korkarrahk + Onnassaea + Iak-kara

The Fourth Rite

Valtarron Onn All! Zaltaea Lyndorra Voll! Hazaka Aetha Vor!

Horsawnarrock + Ostay’on + Lornassay

-V.K. Jehannum
Agios Octinomos-Drakosophia